The Abbot’s Elm is a traditional thatched English country inn and restaurant with 4 well appointed en-suite bedrooms.
Whilst from the outside the Abbot’s Elm is indistinguishable from the original, internally it has changed beyond recognition. The elegant brick fireplace has been retained in its original form but the low ceilings and pokey rooms have given way to an elegant open plan pub/restaurant flooded by natural light.
Diners have the choice of an informal bar area with its interconnecting rooms and original 17th century brick fireplace or the slightly more formal 45-seat restaurant. The inn has been recognized by Michelin in both their restaurant & pub guides; by the Good Food Guide; Sawdays pub guide and many more.
The heart of any decent English pub should be its bar. And theirs most certainly is, offering as it does a selection of local real ales as well as more traditional draught beers and continental lagers, including the pride of their beer offering, imported exclusively by them, ‘Bierre Madam’ – the first ever beer brewed in Chablis and winner of ‘best French beer’ at the 2017 World Beer Awards.
The inn offers four well-appointed en-suite bedrooms which have been rated four star by the AA. All come with satellite TV, free WiFi internet, luxury bathrobes and tea & coffee making facilities. They welcome well-behaved dogs at no additional charge, but please advise when booking.